Nintendo Switch games list has got even better with another new exclusive revealed for this year. The Nintendo Switch has an enviable selection of exclusive games with plenty of essential games out on the system right now. From Super Mario Odyssey, to Breath of the Wild, to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, to Super Smash Bros Ultimate – there’s plenty of great games to choose from. And the Nintendo Switch games list is getting even better with the release of Pokemon Sword and Shield this year as well as Animal Crossing Switch.
These are just a few of the already released and upcoming Switch exclusives, and there’s another brand new one that has just been announced.
The latest title in the Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games series is set to launch exclusively for consoles on the Nintendo Switch.
At SEGA FES in Tokyo this weekend it was revealed that Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is coming to the Nintendo Switch and arcades.
The description for the game reads: “The latest in the beloved Mario and Sonic crossover series.
“Players can experience the Olympic Games events together, using the Joy-Con on the Nintendo Switch.”
An official Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 game is also coming to the Switch and PS4.
While iOS and Android users will be getting a mobile game – Sonic at the Olympic Games 2020.
SEGA also released a trailer showcasing all their upcoming Olympic games.
Activities shown for Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 include sprinting, badminton, skateboarding, shot put and long jump.
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is set to release on the Nintendo Switch in winter 2019.
While the official video game for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics is set to release in summer 2019 on PS4 and Switch.
The news comes after Nintendo Switch fans were treated to a great offer this week.
If you’re a member of Twitch Prime you’ll be able to claim a whole year’s worth of Switch Online access completely for free.
The offer is available to new and existing Switch Online members, with the latter having to be currently on an individual plan – not a family one.
Click here to be directed to the Twitch page where you can claim the offer.
You may even have access to Twitch Prime without realising it as it’s included as part of an Amazon Prime membership.
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